EM EM : monthly magazine - 01.07.1941, Blaðsíða 7

EM EM : monthly magazine - 01.07.1941, Blaðsíða 7
Dm Em t Halifax Visits Wallace New "Irísh” Coach Lord Halifax (left), British ambassador to the U. S., chats with Vice President Henry A. Wallace, in the latter’s Washington office. Halifax pleads that there be no interruption of aid to Britain, but deelares Britain can foresee no need for help of U. S. troops. Frank Leahy, new head footbali coach of Notre Dame University, succeeds Elmer Layden, who left to become commissioner of the na- tional football league. He is former head coach at Boston College. Held in Fraud ^ Robert J. Boltz, an investment counsel of Philadelphia, was ar- rested in Rochester, N. Y., and re- turned to the City of Brotherly Love to face charge of defrauding clients of $2,500,000. Authorities charge he embezzled the money en- trusted him for investment. This photo courtesy the Philadelphia Enquirer. Story of Defeat at Tobruk A captured Italian admiral (center) and his aide (right) are ques- tioned by a British officer, seemingly very much at ease, in the naval barracks at Tobruk after capture of the Libyan port. Note the contrast between the informality of the British uniform and the dress Italian uniforms. The admiral, four generals and 14,000 troops were captured i when Tobruk fell.


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